1 x 90' & 1 x 60'
In 1970, 1,500 hippies founded a commune in rural Tennessee. Members grew their own food, delivered babies at home and built a self-sufficient society. Raised by a Jewish mother from Beverly Hills and a Puerto Rican father from the Bronx, sisters Rena and Nadine return for the first time since 1985. American Commune finds that, perhaps surprisingly, communal values are alive and well in the next generation.
1 x 90' , 1 x 60'